Cleveland extends hours for warming centers

Cleveland - The City of Cleveland will keep four recreation centers open as warming centers for the next two days.

The Mayor's Office announced the extended hours on Saturday, saying that the weather conditions will be re-evaluated on Monday to see if there is still a need.

The four locations are:

Zelma Watson George Recreation Center: 3155 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, Cleveland, Ohio 44104 (

Collinwood Recreation Center: 16300 Lakeshore Blvd., Cleveland, Ohio 44110 (

Michael Zone Recreation Center: 6301 Lorain Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44102 (

Lonnie Burten Recreation Center: 2511 East 46th Street, Cleveland, Ohio 44104 (

The city is also advising residents to make sure they have emergency supply kits that include items such as extra batteries and flashlights.

You should also make sure your cellphone is charged and working in the event of a power outage.

Residents are being urged to check on elderly and disabled neighbors, and to ensure that all smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors are working properly.

Snow parking bans are also a distinct possibility so that city crews can clear the streets. 

The bans go into effect when snow accumulates 2 inches or more.

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